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Anchor is a non profit making Housing Association providing sheltered social housing for independent living.
Established in 1972 London Friend is the UK’s oldest Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans charity support the health and mental well-being of the LGB&T community in and around London. They offer counselling and support around issues such as same-sex relationships, sexual and gender identity and promoting…
Apetito is the only local provider that offer a hot meals service in Merton. Choose from a hot meal and dessert, plus soup as a starter. A teatime service includes a sandwich, cake and fruit or yogurt. See website for up to date prices.
Arthritis Support offer high quality information and support to better understand the condition and manage pain. Essential information and services can be accessed via their website. This local group meet the third Tuesday of each month in Surbiton.
Arthur House is a small and intimate residential care home in Wimbledon, supporting up to 12 older people. They cater for and support people with physical needs, who require assistance and care.
Workshop 305 Community Interest Company provides arts and crafts workshops to adults with disabilities aged 18 and over. Workshop 305 Community Interest Company can also offer after school, evening and weekend workshops for children with disabilities.
Ashbrook House provides care and accommodation for up to nine residents with learning disabilities, some of whom also have physical disabilities. Allied Care run other such care homes in the south east.
Ashcroft is a provider of services to people with learning disabilities and associated challenging behaviour in the South East. Supported Living accommodation and residential care are just two of Ashcroft services. Support can also be provided to support people in their own homes.
A home care agency based in Mitcham.
A local organisation in Merton working to promote diabetic awareness for all, especially Asians who are the highest risk group. The group offers help and works for the welfare of all diabetics, regardless of ethnicity. Leaflets are available on diabetic issues.